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Volume 163, 20232023 8th International Conference on Social Sciences and Economic Development (ICSSED 2023)
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|Social Economics and Welfare Distribution
|28 April 2023
The Impact of Urban Sprawl on Carbon Emission in Qingdao-Shandong Province
Managerial economics, university of California, Davis, Davis, California, 95618, The United States
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Qingdao is a city located along the eastern province of Shandong, specifically along the east cost of the Republic of China, establishing the reasons why it is considered as one of the largest metropolitan cities within the province. Urbanization of the city is widely considered as one of the inevitable tendencies driven towards accompanying the process of modernization and industrialization of the human society. This research study sought to examine the Impact of urban sprawl on carbon emission in Qingdao-Shandong Province. According to the findings, urban sprawl is considered as an irreversible global aspect, with some of its fundamental characteristics hedged on the increase of populations in major urban centers, the increased densities and expansion of the spatial sizes of cities, and a rampant changes in the manner in which land and buildings are used; all these managed through the inclusion of planning schemes and strategies. Qingdao-Shandong Province is in this case expected to experience a rise in the demand for travel that will see an increase of over 4.7 million people and trips on a daily basis from the 9.4 million thresholds in 2020.
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